Bosch heat management system could increase the electrical power efficiency of vehicles

Bosch heat management system could increase the electrical power efficiency of vehicles

- As the auto industry is working towards the production of electric vehicles instead of gas-powered vehicle, Bosch , a German electronics and auto parts is positioned as an important supplier of parts for electric vehicle manufacturers. Recently, the company developed a new thermal management system that will be introduced in the Frankfurt Motor Show 17 e 27 e September this year. With the new system, the efficiency of the electric car could be increased to 25%.

One of the few benefits of an electric vehicle powered on a gas powered vehicle is the electric powered vehicle is more efficient conversion of energy as the vehicle gas powered and of course, it depends several factors. On average, the rate of an electric vehicle efficiency is about 0% while 30% for the supplied carrier gas.

The gas powered vehicle will eventually generate heat through internal combustion is used to heat the driver's compartment. The electric powered vehicle on the other hand, the power from the battery to manage the temperature of the driver's cab. The new Bosch heat management system will use this heat to produce more energy for the battery to power the car especially in cold weather.

According to Bosch, the system generates heat equivalent to an output of the year 00 3000 watts, which is considered an improvement of 100% compared to conventional radiators electric vehicles. In addition to that the system is also making use of the loss of regenerative braking system which is popular features of the heat of electric vehicles.

Bosch recently purchased battery maker OEDC and its series of charging stations to meet the automotive industry.


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